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“Stuller Gets Her Geek On”

By Nancy Joseph, Perspectives Newsletter (A Publication of the University of Washington’s College of Arts & Sciences), November 2011.

“Profile: Jennifer K. Stuller, co-founder of GeekGirlCon”

by Jenna Busch. Legion of Leia, 9 October 2014.

News Coverage

“GeekGirlCon 2015: Heroine’s Journey Panel Recap”

by B.J. Priester. FANgirl, 2 November 2015.

“Embracing the Geek Within: Jennifer Stuller Uses her Power for Good”

by Kate Woodsick. Whidbey Life Magazine, 24 June 2014.


“Is Wonder Woman the right choice for a U.N. ambassador?”

Minnesota Public Radio News, 3 November 2016.

“Celebrating the Female Geek at GeekGirlCon: An Interview with Co-founder Jennifer K. Stuller”

by Lisa Granshaw. SyfyWire, 5 October 2016.

“Listen Up Marvel #WeWantWidow”

by Adrienne Fox. WatchPlayRead, 9 June 2015.

“Let the World Know #WeWantWidow! Support Today’s Black Widow Flash Mob!”

by Teresa Jusino. The Mary Sue, 6 June 2015.

“Son of a Geek”

by Terra Clarke Olsen. Seattle Weekly, 2 December 2014.

“‘Gamergate’ Is Just A Microcosm Of Sexism”

by Marcie Sillman and Hanah Burn. KUOW’s the Record, 10 November 2014.

“The Epic Return of a Cult Classic: ‘Twin Peaks’”

PRI’s and WNYC’s “The Takeaway,” 7 October 2014.

“SDCC ’14 Day 3: Jennifer Stuller & Brave New World”

The Beat Podcasts! 26 July 2014.
In part three of More To Come’s San Diego Comic-Con special podcast, Heidi interviews Jennifer Stuller, organizer of Geek Girl Con about starting a con, the importance of community, and the fact that there are women in comics.

“No One Accuses Bruce Wayne of Being ‘Vulnerable’—SDCC and Strong Female Characters”

by Karin L. Kross., 25 July 2014.

“A Nerd of Her Own: GeekGirlCon Is a Place for Geeky Women (and the Men Who Love Them)”

by Paul Constant. The Stranger, 5 October 2011.


by Mark Baumgarten, City Arts Online, 27 July 2011.

Wonder Woman

Warner Home Video, 2009.
Interviewed for the special features documentaries, “A Subversive Dream” and “The Daughters of Myth.”

“Wonder Woman Strong as Ever—Even at 65”

by Kurt Anthony Krug. The Seattle Times, 8 November 2006.